There are two major news updates about libraries on PathologyOutlines.com, which will be discussed below. To find these libraries, visit PathologyOutlines.com and click on “Libraries” in the navigation bar as illustrated below:
1. COVID-19 Library
We have merged the COVID-19 news page into our COVID-19 Library. We recently posted these 2 news items:
Here’s what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week:
1. Chapter Mergers
We have now merged the Lung nontumor and tumor chapters into a single Lung chapter. Other recent chapter mergers include Colon, Liver and Breast.
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The FDA has issued an emergency use authorization for the SalivaDirect COVID-19 diagnostic test, developed by the Yale School of Public Health (ASH Clinical News, posted 21 August 2020). See also Yale Medicine.
We are starting a COVID-19 news page featuring articles you may have missed about COVID-19 and pathology. It is curated by Dr. Pat Tsang, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. It can be reached from our COVID-19 library, which you can find by selecting “Libraries” in our navigation bar and then selecting “COVID-19 Resources” when prompted. See the diagram below:
2. ASCP / CAP Conferences
ASCP and CAP are going virtual this year but they have made it easy to attend their conferences:
The ASCP annual meeting is free for members and $399 for nonmember pathologists. Click here for more information on the 2020 ASCAP annual meeting.
The CAP annual meeting is $150 for members, $450 for nonmembers and free for junior members. Click here for more information on the 2020 CAP annual meeting.
What hiring strategies have worked for you in this COVID-19 pandemic era? Please let us know your successes in interviewing (online or in person), how you handle in person interviews and any other pearls that would help others who are hiring.
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